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Anguilla travel restrictions

Open for citizens: no Open for foreigners: no Open for tourism: partial Quarantine: no
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Open for travel from Anguilla
Crossing Rules
  • Passengers travelling to Anguilla are required to register here, and submit a negative PCR test within 3 to 5 days prior to departure, as well as medical insurance covering the cost of medical expenses related to novel coronavirus.
  • Passengers will be tested on arrival and again after 10 days. During this time, they must remain in their approved accommodation.
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Flight Restrictions

published 21.08.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers traveling as tourist must apply for an “Application for Entry” before departure at ivisitanguilla.com. They must have an approval.

Passengers traveling as tourist must have a health insurance covering any Coronavirus (COVID-19) expenses.

Passengers traveling as tourist are subject to Coronavirus (COVID-19) PCR test and quarantine.

All airports are closed
Airports in Anguilla are closed until 31 October 2020.

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Quarantine

Quarantine at government designated site or Government approved self-quarantine facility.

All persons entering Anguilla will have to undertake 10 – 14 days quarantine in either a government run quarantine facility or a government approved self-quarantine facility.

Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.

As part of the approval process you must provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test taken 3 – 5 days before the planned date of your arrival.

Vaccination

Yellow fever (2019)
Country requirement at entry: no
WHO vaccination recommendation: no

Full Restrictions

  • Anguilla Latest News:Authorities extend border closure to 31 October (Gov.uk, 30.07.2020) Only the following categories of persons are allowed to enter Anguilla: Anguillians, Persons with Anguilla Resident status, Holders of valid work permits.

    International Restrictions:
    Commercial flights to and from Anguilla remain very limited. Under current regulations, in force until at least Saturday 31 October, entry to Anguilla is restricted and must be pre-approved. If you wish to travel to Anguilla you will need prior approval from the Government’s Health Team. You can apply for approval by completing the the online form on the Government’s COVID-19 website. As part of the approval process you must provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test taken 3 – 5 days before the planned date of your arrival. You will be subject to testing on arrival and 10 -14 days quarantine in either a Government run quarantine facility, or a Government approved self-quarantine facility. The regular ferry service from Marigot Port (French St. Martin) to Blowing Point Ferry Port has been suspended until further notice. Princess Juliana International Airport on the neighbouring island of Dutch St. Maarten has restricted the entry of incoming visitors from the US, Canada and Europe with effect from Tuesday 17 March. All persons entering Anguilla are subject to testing on arrival. All persons entering Anguilla will have to undertake 10 – 14 days quarantine in either a government run quarantine facility or a government approved self-quarantine facility.

    Internal Restrictions:
    The temporary restrictions on the movement of people and public gatherings were lifted on Wednesday 29 April. Further information on these measures can be found on the Government of Anguilla COVID-19 website and the Government of Anguilla website .

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    18.09.2020
  • Anguilla Authorities extend border closure to 31 October (Gov.uk, 30.07.2020) Only the following categories of persons are allowed to enter Anguilla: Anguillians, Persons with Anguilla Resident status, Holders of valid work permits.

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    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Anguilla remain very limited. Princess Juliana International Airport on the neighbouring island of Dutch St. Maarten has restricted the entry of incoming visitors from the US, Canada and Europe with effect from Tuesday 17 March. The regular ferry service from Marigot Port (French St. Martin) to Blowing Point Ferry Port has been suspended until further notice. Under current regulations, in force until at least Thursday 30 July, only the following categories of persons are allowed to enter Anguilla: Anguillians, Persons with Anguilla Resident status, Holders of valid work permits.
    If you are in one of the above categories and wish to return to Anguilla you must complete the online repatriation form on the Government’s COVID-19 website [https://beatcovid19.ai/]. To apply you will need prior approval to return from the Government’s Health Team and will be subject to testing on arrival and 14 days quarantine in either a government run quarantine facility or a government approved self-quarantine facility. Flights for returnees will be arranged by the Government’s Repatriation team. Returnees will have to pay their own travel costs. All returnees will be subject to testing on arrival. All persons from the above three categories returning to Anguilla will have to undertake 14 days quarantine in either a government run quarantine facility or a government approved self-quarantine facility.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The temporary restrictions on the movement of people and public gatherings were lifted on Wednesday 29 April. Further information on these measures can be found on the Government of Anguilla COVID-19 website [https://beatcovid19.ai/] and the Government of Anguilla website [http://www.gov.ai/]

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    30.07.2020
  • Anguilla Authorities extend border closure to 30 July (The Herald, 14.07.2020) Only the following categories of persons are allowed to enter Anguilla: Anguillians, Persons with Anguilla Resident status, Holders of valid work permits.

    *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Anguilla remain very limited. Princess Juliana International Airport on the neighbouring island of Dutch St. Maarten has restricted the entry of incoming visitors from the US, Canada and Europe with effect from Tuesday 17 March. The regular ferry service from Marigot Port (French St. Martin) to Blowing Point Ferry Port has been suspended until further notice. Under current regulations, in force until at least Thursday 30 July, only the following categories of persons are allowed to enter Anguilla: Anguillians, Persons with Anguilla Resident status, Holders of valid work permits.
    If you are in one of the above categories and wish to return to Anguilla you must complete the online repatriation form on the Government’s COVID-19 website [https://beatcovid19.ai/]. To apply you will need prior approval to return from the Government’s Health Team and will be subject to testing on arrival and 14 days quarantine in either a government run quarantine facility or a government approved self-quarantine facility. Flights for returnees will be arranged by the Government’s Repatriation team. Returnees will have to pay their own travel costs. All returnees will be subject to testing on arrival. All persons from the above three categories returning to Anguilla will have to undertake 14 days quarantine in either a government run quarantine facility or a government approved self-quarantine facility.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The temporary restrictions on the movement of people and public gatherings were lifted on Wednesday 29 April. Further information on these measures can be found on the Government of Anguilla COVID-19 website [https://beatcovid19.ai/] and the Government of Anguilla website [http://www.gov.ai/]

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    24.07.2020
  • Anguilla *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Anguilla remain very limited. Princess Juliana International Airport on the neighbouring island of Dutch St. Maarten has restricted the entry of incoming visitors from the US, Canada and Europe with effect from Tuesday 17 March. The regular ferry service from Marigot Port (French St. Martin) to Blowing Point Ferry Port has been suspended until further notice. Under current regulations, in force until at least Thursday 30 July, only the following categories of persons are allowed to enter Anguilla: Anguillians, Persons with Anguilla Resident status, Holders of valid work permits.
    If you are in one of the above categories and wish to return to Anguilla you must complete the online repatriation form on the Government’s COVID-19 website [https://beatcovid19.ai/]. To apply you will need prior approval to return from the Government’s Health Team and will be subject to testing on arrival and 14 days quarantine in either a government run quarantine facility or a government approved self-quarantine facility. Flights for returnees will be arranged by the Government’s Repatriation team. Returnees will have to pay their own travel costs. All returnees will be subject to testing on arrival. All persons from the above three categories returning to Anguilla will have to undertake 14 days quarantine in either a government run quarantine facility or a government approved self-quarantine facility.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The temporary restrictions on the movement of people and public gatherings were lifted on Wednesday 29 April. Further information on these measures can be found on the Government of Anguilla COVID-19 website [https://beatcovid19.ai/] and the Government of Anguilla website [http://www.gov.ai/]

    Read more
    14.07.2020
  • Anguilla *****

    International restrictions:

    Commercial flights to and from Anguilla remain very limited. Under current regulations, in force until at least Tuesday 14 July, only the following categories of persons are allowed to enter Anguilla: Anguillians; Persons with Anguilla Resident status; Holders of valid work permits. If you are in one of the above categories and wish to return to Anguilla you must complete the online repatriation form on the Government’s COVID-19 website [https://beatcovid19.ai/]. To apply you will need prior approval to return from the Government’s Health Team and will be subject to testing on arrival and 14 days quarantine in either a government run quarantine facility or a government approved self-quarantine facility. Flights for returnees will be arranged by the Government’s Repatriation team. Returnees will have to pay their own travel costs. The regular ferry service from Marigot Port (French St. Martin) to Blowing Point Ferry Port has been suspended until further notice. Princess Juliana International Airport on the neighbouring island of Dutch St. Maarten has restricted the entry of incoming visitors from the US, Canada and Europe with effect from Tuesday 17 March. All returnees will be subject to testing on arrival. All persons from the above three categories returning to Anguilla will have to undertake 14 days quarantine in either a government run quarantine facility or a government approved self-quarantine facility.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    The temporary restrictions on the movement of people and public gatherings were lifted on Wednesday 29 April. Further information on these measures can be found on the Government of Anguilla COVID-19 website [https://beatcovid19.ai/] and the Government of Anguilla website [http://www.gov.ai/]

    Read more
    13.07.2020
  • Anguilla *****

    International restrictions:

    Under current regulations, in force until at least Tuesday 14 July, only the following categories of persons are allowed to enter Anguilla:
    Anguillians, Persons with Anguilla Resident status, Holders of valid work permits.
    All passengers arriving from outside the Caribbean will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival; healthcare professional will decide if self-quarantine or in medical facility.
    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.
    US citizens who are attempting to return to the US from the Eastern Caribbean and need assistance should complete the provided form for each person wishing to return to the US.
    The regular ferry service from Marigot Port (French St. Martin) to Blowing Point Ferry Port has been suspended until further notice.

    *****

    Internal restrictions:

    On 29 April, most restrictions were lifted, however the government announced that from 30 April – 31 May, there are new temporary restrictions placed on public gatherings. During this time period, gatherings of 25 people or more are prohibited in both public and private places. Beach gatherings, recreational and professional sport events, and social or club gatherings are not allowed. However, the following are exempt from this rule: Work and company meetings, Church gatherings, and persons attending schools. Non-essential businesses are permitted to reopen, however, people must still maintain a distance of 3 ft and establishments must have markings on the ground to control the social distance regulations. Violations of these rules will result in fines or imprisonment.

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    23.06.2020
  • Anguilla Air and seaports are closed for all passenger movements until further notice. All passengers arriving from outside the Caribbean will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival; healthcare professional will decide if self-quarantine or in medical facility. There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country. US citizens who are attempting to return to the US from the Eastern Caribbean and need assistance should complete the provided form for each person wishing to return to the US.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    On 29 April, most restrictions were lifted, however the government announced that from 30 April – 31 May, there are new temporary restrictions placed on public gatherings. During this time period, gatherings of 25 people or more are prohibited in both public and private places. Beach gatherings, recreational and professional sport events, and social or club gatherings are not allowed. However, the following are exempt from this rule: Work and company meetings, Church gatherings, and persons attending schools. Non-essential businesses are permitted to reopen, however, people must still maintain a distance of 3 ft and establishments must have markings on the ground to control the social distance regulations. Violations of these rules will result in fines or imprisonment.

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    30.05.2020
  • Anguilla Air and seaports are closed for all passenger movements until further notice. All passengers arriving from outside the Caribbean will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival. Healthcare professional will decide if self-quarantine or in medical facility

    Inbound restrictions:

    Air and seaports are closed for all passenger movements until further notice. All passengers arriving from outside the Caribbean will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival. Healthcare professional will decide if self-quarantine or in medical facility

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country. US citizens who are attempting to return to the US from the Eastern Caribbean and need assistance should complete the provided form for each person wishing to return to the US.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    On 29 April, most restrictions were lifted, however the government announced that from 30 April – 31 May, there are new temporary restrictions placed on public gatherings. During this time period, gatherings of 25 people or more are prohibited in both public and private places. Beach gatherings, recreational and professional sport events, and social or club gatherings are not allowed. However, the following are exempt from this rule: Work and company meetings, Church gatherings, and persons attending schools. Non-essential businesses are permitted to reopen, however, people must still maintain a distance of 3 ft and establishments must have markings on the ground to control the social distance regulations. Violations of these rules will result in fines or imprisonment.

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    25.05.2020
  • Anguilla Air and seaports are closed for all passenger movements until further notice.
    All passengers arriving from outside the Caribbean will be quarantined for 14 days upon arrival.
    Healthcare professional will decide if self-quarantine or in medical facility

    Outbound restrictions:

    There are currently no known restrictions on individuals seeking to depart the country.

    Conditions and internal restrictions:

    On 29 April, most restrictions were lifted, however the government announced that from 30 April – 31 May, there are new temporary restrictions placed on public gatherings.
    During this time period, gatherings of 25 people or more are prohibited in both public and private places.
    Beach gatherings, recreational and professional sport events, and social or club gatherings are not allowed. However, the following are exempt from this rule: Work and company meetings, Church gatherings, and persons attending schools.
    Non-essential businesses are permitted to reopen, however, people must still maintain a distance of 3 ft and establishments must have markings on the ground to control the social distance regulations.
    Violations of these rules will result in fines or imprisonment.

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    10.05.2020
  • Source Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
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